New Zealand Bags 2016 Rugby Championships

There are still two rounds of Rugby Championship matches to be played. But, that is immaterial now as New Zealand has won the Rugby Championships on their home soil after taming South Africans 41-13.

The Rugby Championship was confirmed in New Zealand after Argentina was not able to stop the formidable Australian rugby team from winning with a 36-20 in another championship match. The All Blacks have reclaimed the Rugby Championship title from the Australians.

The match against South Africa was played at the AMI Stadium in Christchurch. Dane Coles gave everyone a Masterclass on how to play in the backline and he was responsible for setting up three of the New Zealand tries.

The World Champions showed why they are rated as the number one team in the world and Springboks did not have any answers to the questions raised by the All Black players. It’s no wonder tickets to the New Zealand games against England sold out in record time (though there are still a few seats available on this website).

The Coles passes were well received and completed with tries by Sam Whitelock, Israel Dagg and Julian Savea. The finishing touches were given by Ardie Savea, Ben Smith and TJ Perenara as they crossed to earn New Zealand bonus point victory.

By virtue of this test win against the South Africans, New Zealand stays pretty in the lead with 20 points and thereby also clinch the Rugby Championship title for 2016 with two more matches to go. There was nothing to cheer about for the Springboks apart from their winger Bryan Habana completing his 66th test try. He is just three tries short of Japan’s Daisuke Ohata for the maximum number of tries title.

New Zealand did not put up a good showing in the first half and ended the first half with a score line of just 15-10. The second half saw a complete change and the Black Caps were all over the Springbok players and thereby won convincingly.

Rhinos Celebrate Harry Jepson

Harry Jepson is the late president of Leeds Rhinos. They are planning to celebrate the life of the legend. And this event is meant to be a great reunion for the entire rugby league.

Where is this event going to be held? They are going to hold this event in Headingley Carnegie. The members of the general public will be allowed to attend this event. There will be invited guests as well at the event. It will be held on next Tuesday.

Tony Currie, the former Test Player of the club from 1980s is going to be one of the major guests. He will be coming all the way from Australia to be a part of the event. The whole current squad will be there at the event. And so many old players will be present at the event to celebrate the legend Harry Jepson. Jepson died last month when he was 96.

Of course, Jepson was such a great man. He was such an important and influential person when it comes to the overall fate of the club. The chief executive of the club remembered that, even at 96, he was there to visit all the officials before the match. Jepson knew all the current officials and have been in touch with everybody.

And he was still involved with the club. He worked as a teacher at the club. His fans love him for the contributions he has made to the club. Everyone who is fond of this great legend can be a part of the event, said the chief executive. It is going to be a great reunion for the rugby sport as well. The speakers intend to speak about his life as a teacher. And they plan to read his favorite poem as well. The event is going to be a very special event for the fans of the game as well as the fans of the club.